De Gentenaer Rederij
De Gentenaer Rederij runs canal cruises, which are a great way to see some of the aspects of Ghent that you would otherwise miss.
To admire Ghent’s towers and gables at their most photogenic, stand just west of the little Grasbrug bridge at dusk. It’s a truly...
A vast toilet-roll ‘sculpture’ humorously marks the back side of this museum, whose collection specialises in furnishings from baroque...
In winter, tongues of flame lick the entrance portal of this heavy-beamed stone café. The oldest building on Graslei (late 12th...
The business-casual brasserie of the recently restored historic fish market has giant plate-glass windows and a waterfront terrace...
Pensmarkt/Groentenmarkt 7 · interesting places nearby
Groot Vleeshuis information
This long medieval stone hall was built as a meat market and now acts as a promotion and tasting hall for regional agricultural produce. If you’re passing by, consider strolling through beneath the hefty old wooden beams and dangling smoked hams.